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I was so pleased to be able to stay in such a gorgeous little place. My room was beautifully old fashioned, and Karen was a warm and accommodating host. This building has such a homely, friendly feel. It was lovely to chat with Jessica over...More
My husband & I flew out from CA to visit our daughter in the Baltimore area. We decided to all spend the night in Harpers Ferry & brush up on our history. The Town's Inn was the perfect place to stay. The quaint old stone...More
Stayed in the Mountain View room which is small and a bit difficult to get in and out of (banged my head a few times), but authentic to the era (circa 1840). Private bathroom is separate, but clean and functional. A visit to Harpers Ferry...More
Wonderful experience for rail fans seeking a bit of old West Virginia. Great location with excellent view of historical colonial town. Just minutes walk to Shenandoah/ Potomac shores and Jeffersons Rock. Fantastic customer service, amazing food!
I'm only giving it 1 star because zero or negative aren't an option. First off I get that it's an 1840 building with low doorways and funkiness. However that doesn't begin to apologize for the squalid feel of the place. There were fruit flies in...More
US$120 - US$153 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Town's Inn is close by but if you need help with the luggage the owner of the hotel may be able to find a solution. The Town's Inn is not a B&B but there is a coffee shop at the hotel that opens at 6am.
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The two historic ( circa 1840 ) buildings of the Inn are reached from the street by steps. Access to the Heritage House involves 1 step then 6 steps then 2 steps. Access to the Mountain House... More
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The two historic ( circa 1840 ) buildings of the Inn are reached from the street by steps. Access to the Heritage House involves 1 step then 6 steps then 2 steps. Access to the Mountain House involves 3 steps then 3 steps then 1 step.
The Inn has no access by ramps, but people sometimes carry wheelchairs, baby strollers, bicycles, etc. up the steps, but